People's Assemblies Network

11 November 2014
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Re-Making Democracy – London Sunday 16th Nov

Finale event – Re-making Democracy Sunday 16 November – Finale event – Re-making Democracy 1pm – 4pm Ultimate participative event exploring how can we re-constitute a society to create a real democracy for  social, economic & environmental justice. With speakers setting … Continue reading

15 April 2014
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A vital initiative – but is it a People’s Assembly?

A vital initiative – but is it a People’s Assembly?  As a new organisation you need to know where you stand and the People’s Assembly Against Austerity Recall Conference was about voting on a structure and policy to move on. … Continue reading

15 April 2014
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21 June PAAA Movement National Demo – London

The People’s Assembly Against Austerity National Demonstration and Free Festival Saturday 21 June 2014 No More Austerity | Demand the Alternative Assemble 1pm, BBC HQ, Portland Place, London W1 1AAMarch to Parliament Speakers and performers include: Russell BrandComedian Francesca MartinezComedian Owen Jones Journalist Christine Blower  National … Continue reading

8 January 2014
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October Call to Action

Reclaiming the Power The decision of the Occupy in London General Assembly to organise a mass action, an event for democracy in the vicinity of Parliament, has the potential to ignite a movement for democratic change in this country. The … Continue reading

10 August 2013
by Mark Barrett
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Democracy Session at the London People’s Assembly against Austerity

Democracy and Decision-making – fixing our broken political system Interim Report from the Peoples Assembly against Austerity On 22 June 4,000 people gathered at the ‘People’s Assembly Against Austerity’ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UgyGVm2mnPU to discuss what action they could take against the state’s austerity programme. … Continue reading

1 July 2013
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London General Assembly Statement on Police Abuse of Power

Where we stand The women who are bringing this case, and Occupy London, believe that: There are no circumstances in which it would be acceptable for an undercover police officer to engage in intimate relationships with either targets or members of the public under … Continue reading